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. >>> this is a car behind us. >> a blog posted on galaxy dreaming blog, the popular -- >> new zealened blog. the folks that put this blog together had just seen the movie l "the hobbit." >> pay close attention to the bumper of the car. this car is driving erratically. the bloggers believe that this person might have been intoxicated. >> my god. i think -- drugged out or something. i don't know. >> watch them cross the line, almost hitting cars. >> oh, wow. >> something's not right here for sure. calm 911 at this point. >> yeah. ring the cops. >> we're on the wellington motorway and have a car behind us that's been weaving and moving over lanes basically for about the last five minutes. >> they have emergency dispatchers on the line, you see lights show up behind the car. >> there's a cop behind them now. >> are they pulling them over? >> yes. he's trying to pull him over but he's not stopping. >> but the car takes a while to pull over. >> not pulling over. >> if you keep watching the video, you see this second cop car pull up beside the car and the people behind the camera say that the cops
, make sure you go to our website comedycentral.com/tosh.0 to see all of our videos and blogs. >> last week we asked you to go to our website to tell me if my response video was racist. the results are in, no it was not, but all of the people who commented on it, are. seriously go read the comments. people are fearless when no one sees you. speaking of racist, last week we showed you asians doing christopher walken impressions, and we accidentally put the same guy in it multiple times. but in our defense, to a round eye, you do look similar. as a honky, i can say round eye, i think. we might pause and edit that out. i leave you with a lovely mashup of white girls doing bill cosby impressions. >> i'm bill cosby. >> the pudding. what you got to do with if you put the pudding in the spoon in your mouth and twirl it out and spit it rudy. and camille. i'm bill cosby. [laughi [laughing]. >> she has got a gift. thank you. we'll see you next 0 captioning sponsored by comedy central ["the colbert report" theme music playing] [eagle caw] [cheers and applause] [crowd chanting stephen] >> stephen
nontechies can drye their i.t. team. he has a blog, very popular blog. great to see you. >> thank you for having me on. >> i hear this from a lot of people. they feel almost held prisoner by their i.t. team, because if you tell your marketing person, we need this marketing program launched, you can tell what they are doing. the i.t. team, it's like it's behind this dark cloud. no idea what they are doing. >> yep. >> how do you deal with that? >> first advice, make sure you have two phases to these projects. a design phase and an implementation phase. and i think where they usually go wrong, you just try to dive in to building something, and you don't know how long it will take to get out of that, what you will get when you're done. >> at what point -- can you say have you two weeks for design, three weeks or clejimplementati? >> you don't know how long it will take to implement until you know what you are going to do we need a complete list of what we have to do draw the screens, figure out the pages on the website that have to work. and you can go through the items and do figure out
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and the story behind the latest thing in beauty blogging. a sorority secret. >> why would peeg out there in the world take advice from you guys? >> we understand what young women want and need. >> get your sisterly advice, "right this minute." >>> and don't miss your chance to win an ipad mini. we'll reveal to you today's >>> it's a bonus video you can find on our website. >> that's when the magic of rahat did his invisible driver going through the drive-through the first time. >> best prank ever. >> 30 million view, completely viral. there's a part deux and you can be one of the first to see it on our website. here she again freaking out these drive-through woeshrkers h a seat on. >>> if you want to see the greatest, latest style tips, who do you ask? >> the girl at the mall. >> or you can ask your sorority sisters. this video is called "the sorority secrets" and these are three sorority sisters. what they're doing is giving you their opinions about what the latest, greatest when it comes to fashion and beauty are, and giving you advice on different things. >> what to wear. our fa
to come, we've got the video and the story behind the latest thing in beauty blogging. a sorority secret. >> why would peeg out there in the world take advice from you guys? >> we understand what young women want and need. >> get your sisterly advice, "right this minute." >>> and don't miss your chance to win an ipad mini. we'll reveal to i do interior decorating and styling for bars and restaurants. [ male announcer ] whenever a business switches from cable to verizon fios, there comes a moment when they get it -- the powerful difference 100% fiber optics really makes. i got it the first time i uploaded these massive design plans. it was kind of mind-blowing because it happened so fast. [ male announcer ] now do more business per second with the speed and reliability of verizon fios for business. get internet and phone for just $94.99 a month when you sign up online with a two-year price guarantee. plus, get a $200 verizon visa pre-paid card. verizon. >>> it's a bonus video you can find on our website. >> that's when the magic of rahat did his invisible driver going through the drive-th
of fashionistas like yourself. okay? you are 16. >> yes. >> stephen: at age 1 1u started a personal blog style rookie. next thing you know you are called the future of journal yifl by lady gaga and you founded rookie, on anline magazine. you published a book called rookie yearbook one. some of the best righting in here. >> yes. >> stephen: when are you going to start achieving something with your life? how did this happen? did you set out to be ah -- a international figure in fashion? >> no. >> stephen: did you not? >> no. >> stephen: what do you want when you started? >> i was extremely bored and i like -- stoonchts. >> stephen: they say boredom is the mother of invention. >> it's true, i think. i like read other blogs and i thought it would be fun and like my friends and family weren't really interested in me talking about like tv so i took it to the internet as many of us do. >> stephen: okay. you are the youngest guest i've ever had on, okay? [cheers and applause] you know, this figure in fashion right now with the new book, you are a teenage girl. you are 16 years old. >> yeah steencht ho
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sunglasses. so i have a problem with that, a big, big, big problem with that because i never blogged about morality. i never blogged about doing the right thing. i tried to walk the talk, and we see what -- we see what happened, so i'm not so sure i i mean, i have a real problem, and i don't want to -- it couldn't have been easy to be married to lance, not at all. she distributed drugs. i mean, dan wrote that she distributed drugs for lance, and i have a huge problem with -- a huge problem with that because i really think a lot of these women, they love the lifestyle because in europe cycling is completely different than it is in the united states, and obviously lance and kristin were making a lot of money. a lot of people were making a lot of money, and i think a lot of these women love the money and they didn't care if their husbands were doping because you could afford the louis vuitton and the cartier sunglasses. so i have a problem with that, a big, big, big problem with that because i never blogged about morality. i never blogged about doing the right thing. i tried to walk the talk,
wrote on his personal blog, and i quote, one is left to inquire whether the sandy hook shooting ever took place, at least in the way law enforcement authorities and the nation's news media have described. tracy makes the case, if you want to call it that, that news organizations and the government may have worked together to dupe you, the public, in order to gain support for gun control laws. he is even suggesting that the government may have hired trained crisis actors to aid in this ruse. he is not convinced the parents whose children are killed are really who they say they are. tracy suggests they may have been, and i quote, trained actors working under the direction of state and federal authorities and in coordination with cable and broadcast network talent to provide tailor-made, crisis acting. he cites a company called crisis actors that provides actors to use in safety drills and the like. apparently, that is supposed to bolster his case. there is such a company and they are appalled by his comments. they said, we are outraged by his deliberate promotion of rumor and innuendo
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see that people are paying tribute to her on her blog. >> looking at her blog and seeing a lot of these photoses, during her fight she had a lot of people by her side and able to inspire others to help them, too. >> you even see dr. drew holding up a sign, tanya acromegaly community hero. >>> a psa all about drugs on the job. >> you can see by the type of drugs they allegedly gave to this worker -- >> let's just say, he doesn't get high marks for this performance. see why -- >> once they >>> oh, the things that dudes will do to impress the ladies. it you're a deer, you do this. this is in northern mexico about 60 miles south of laredo, texas. two dubucks duke it out for the dough in the back ground to show who's tougher than tough. these two bucks are duking it out, the dough walking is like, i'm out. i'm into lovers not fighters. i'm going to find a peaceful buck somewhere. but we wouldn't do this if they didn't respond. >> no. it's millennia. the women like the muscle guys. >> i think you can tell from the video, the deer, the dough -- th doe -- they're like -- >> i don't wan
living in spain and her blog translates into basically alicia's low-cut top. >> 3.3 million hits in two months. >> not surprised at all. it's basically porn. people love porn on the internet. >> as you can tell, alicia's got a healthy chest area. she basically posts photos of her cleavage every day. but you never see her face. which have prompted some people to say hey maybe she's a butter face, she's cute, but her face. >> i know why this is popular. you can find much more risque things on the internet if you wanted to. i think people like that you can't see her face. it keeps the mystery, you don't know what she looks like. i think people like that. >> beth, care to weigh in? you could start a turtleneck blog. >> you know what i would do? word of the day. word of the day on my turtleneck so at least you would see a turtleneck and learn something instead of staring at tatas all day. your brain will turn to mush, people. >> it could be turtlenecks and terms. >> turtlenecks and terms. >> but you know what, beth, in this image not only does she show her ample cleavage she shows some type
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discussion of this on social media. to do you get anything from those? >> i read logs -- blogs. 140 characters limits discussion on twitter. i think blogs have become an important source of intellectual exchange. the same way -- there was an important step, it used to be years ago that if you are an academic and you wrote a paper, then you had to submit it to a journal, it took two, it's got published. then came the internet. soon, papers were available almost immediately for professional evaluation. even that involved the long delay involved in doing the research and writing the paper and so on. what if you had a short-term perspective or idea that you wanted to put out there? the internet has provided useful ways for people to communicate and discuss interesting ideas in monetary policy or anything else. i follow a lot of baseball blogs. that is the next natural step to creating a conversation among people. that has been very constructive. there are a few federal reserve blogs. the atlanta fed has one. the new york fed has one. we have twitter and facebook. we are moving along her
did not happen as report and may not have happened at all. here's what he wrote on his blog. one is left to inquire whether the sandy hook shooting ever took place. at least in the way law enforcement authorities and the nation's news media described. tracy makes the case that news organizations and the government may have worked together to dupe you, the public, in order to gain support for gun control laws. he even is suggesting that the government may have hired trained crisis actors to aid in this. trained crisis actors. he is not convinced that the parents whose children were killed are really who they say they are. in his blog, tracy again a professor, suggests they may have been trained actors working under the direction of state and federal authorities and in coordination with cable and broadcast network talent to provide tailor-made crisis acting. tracy evan cites crisis actors that provides actors to use in safety drills and the like. apparently that is supposed to bolster his case. there is such a company and they are appalled by his comments. in a statement they said
writes a middle east blog on the daily beast website. welcome to "democracy now!" talk about the controversy around hagel's in in today by president obama or nominated. >> they floated -- the administration floated his name last month and there's been a firestorm of criticism since then that is come mostly from right-wing republicans, but also a little from pro-israel democratics that is based around his views on israel, iran, some comments he made about a decade ago about a gay nominee to the ambassador the last to be ambassador, and just general right wing republican conservative voting record in his two terms in the senate. all of these attacks have been coming for about a month. just at the end of the month, obama finally defended him and we found out friday he was confirmed to be the likely nominee, today or maybe tomorrow morning. >> talk about his record. what is the controversy about? talk about the three i's -- israel, iran, iraq. >> there's been a lot of articles recently written saying the republicans don't like him because was the first major republican to get a t
who also worked at company. in a lengthy blog post, rabois says, he was contacted by a lawyer representing the accuser, who demanded quote- "millions of dollars". or a lawsuit would be filed. rabois decided to resign to save the company from any distraction which the lawsuit might bring. he admits it was a mistake to remain involved with the accuser, but maintain, the relationship was consensual. >> newly released numbers on the flu outbreak. show it is declining in some areas of the country. but here in california --- the threat is on the rise. the centers of disease control and prevention examined data from last week. a total of 47 states reported "widespread" geographic influenza activity. that's down from 48 last week. the report also found high levels of influenza- like illness in 26 states -- a decrease from the 30 reported last week. also. it found cases where we are. in the southwest and northwest were rising. but levels seem to be declining in the south, southeast, new england and the midwest. and new at 11. >> this is the latest from the cdc. california has high flu
read blogs. 140 per characters limits the discussion on twitter. -- 140 characters limits the discussion on twitter. [laughter] blogs have become an important source of intellectual exchange. lins will remember this. it used to be that if you were an academic and you wrote a paper, you had to submit to a journal and it took a few years and it got published. it was three years after you wrote the paper before anybody knew what to were working on. and then came the internet -- you were working on. and then can the internet. papers were available almost immediately -- came the internet. papers were available almost immediately. the long delay in writing and doing the research, what if you had a shorter idea you wanted to put out there? the internet has provided useful ways for people to communicate, to discuss interesting ideas. a fall in love of baseball -- i follow a lot of baseball blogs. it trades discussion among people, which is constructive. discussion among people, which is constructive. we have facebook, we have twitter. we're moving along here. we're still little bi
miles de dÓlares a campaÑas de polÍticos nacionales. incluyendo a menÉndez. el blog, conservador (hablan en inglÉs) reportÓ que menÉndez uÓo el aviÓn personal del doctor para ir a repÚblica dominicana, y de acuerdo a la versiÓn del blog, le facilifÓ prostitutas. >>> el senador menÉndez reconociÓ su amistad con el doctor, en una cledracie su oficina dijo, el doctor fue un amigo y partidario polÍtico de menÉndez, el senador viajÓ en el aviÓn del doctor en tres ocasiones, se pagaron y reportaron en forma apropiada, cualquier alegaciÓn de participaciÓn con prostitutas son fabricadas por un blog derechistas y son falsas. >>> el allanamiento comenzÓ anoche, la investigaciÓn serÍa de la finanzas del oftalmologo, se le debe 11 millones por rentas internas que no pagÓ en el 2006 al 2009, y contribuyeron en 357 mil dÓlares a candadatos y comites desde 1998, de acuerdo a documentos de la campaÑa federal de la florida, entre los que recibieron donaciones, estÁn los republicanos letinen, mario dÍaz balart, nelson. schult, y garcÍa. >>> me donÓ mi hija. mucha gente. pero clar
on the network. the network has changed a lot. >> some blogs were talking about you were going to file to go public or that you had under the jobs act in this new fashion. where are you with that? >> well, that was just a rumor. we haven't filed the s-1 yet. the s-1 is the final document. but we're getting closer. there's things that i learned in the last ten years of being a public company ceo that you just have to do and do well to sustain yourself for a long period of time. what i wanted to do is get fire eye ready for a long term of growth t growth. the opportunity is tremendous and we have to take advantage of it. >> there's been increasing awareness of the nation state espionage piece of all this. saw recently something that said more than 90% of companies, i can believe more than that in the u.s. big value companies have been compromised one way or another. on the other hand, u.s. cyber weapons, pretty fancy. really good stuff that's being hch- >> we're doing the same thing -- >> flame, some really impressive stuff that's come out in the middle east. my question is can fire eye or for
had legal trouble related to his activism and had blogged about his battle against depression. at a time when the gun control debate is everywhere and showing no signs of fading. the debate will get more fuel tuesday when the obama administration releases the plan to reduce gun violence. the president called on the report after the newtown school shooting to come up with answers, to what has seemed like an unsolvable question. how do we deal with the gun violence that is shaking the nation? the answer is not easy and the political will has been lacking in both parties. but newtown seemed to change the equation. the deaths of 26 innocent people, including 20 children has pierced the nation's consciousness. we do not know what biden's report will say, we are told that the obama administration will try to pass an assault weapon's bans. the nra will oppose it. and gun rights supporters want to focus more on mental health and school safety. we will see what the backgroundries are going to be on tuesday -- boundaries are going to be on tuesy. >>> nothing that anyone could predict is
areas of the country. for example the crime in chicago blog reports 16 school children have been shot so far this year. that's almost one a day. five of them were killed. in oakland california, there have been 13 homicide since sandy hook. today the police were unable to break down how many of those in oakland from shootings but we do know from over the past weekend 11 people were wounded in gun violence. and last friday four people died in oakland shootings over the span of six hours. with us now is oakland's congresswoman democrat barbara lee. welcome inside "the war room"." i only wish you were here on set. >> pleased to be with you. >> jennifer: well, let's talk about the gun issue first because you do represent an area that has been certainly in the crosshairs, if you will, of gun violence. do you expect this latest round of gun safety efforts promoted by the president and vice president, to actually have an impact on urban violence? >> jennifer quite frankly i'm optimistic that we'll be able to move something forward. of course, we know what the political dynamics are here in the h
but not a super long time. we e-mailed him. in 2005 he had one of the most popular blogs on the internet. if you go back eight years there weren't a lot of blogs online. blog maverick was popular. he wrote will technology. we e-mailed him and a complete long shot. we dropped a let from paul allen's house asking if we could raise money from him. he was one of many but one of the only one who responded and we love him to this day for that. but he decided that he was similarly thinking about this idea that you should have all your data in the cloud. you should be able to get to it from anywhere. band width was increasing and we have the technologies coming together to provide this experience. after a few weeks of talking back and forth he decided to invest $350,000. that was--i would say that was kind of a good catalyst to decideing to leave college at the time. >> gavin: so you leave and then you put this out and you got customers. this thing didn't take years to gain traction. you saw market and people gravityized towards it. >> we had plenty of customers before mark even invested. that's where t
blogs before. did you think this one would be so controversial? >> no, i didn't. i was surprised there were so many commenters, and page views. >> john: did anything surprise you in the reaction. reaction to people who reacted negatively? >> i was a little disappointed in how mean people were, not just to me, but to each other. i expected them to attack me, but i didn't expect the sustain sustained anger and attacks on each other. that surprised me, that and the flagging of the article. >> john: if that upset i hope you never read the comment section on daily beast. in favorness you did get a lot of support from cnn viewers, did you not? >> i did get a lot of support. people contacted me on my blog, my profile there were many comments, many were arguing back and forth but i did get a lot of support. and i got support from religious people as well who say i think what you're saying is good. you know, i think you have a right to say it, and i support you in saying it even though i might not agree with you. >> john: there are many religious people and christian people who take stron
for a living. they are fashion bloggers. tell me about yours. >> i have a personal style blog, doing it three years now, called a lacyperspective.com. >> reporter: there are lots of fashion bloggers in the district? >> over 600 in the d.c. maryland area. >> reporter: wow. and she's getting married four months from today. love that. come over. our next model is allison. >> allison is wearing red and it's a pamela roland. you can get it for $250. >> reporter: i love her little animal print clutch. >> my blog is chainstrappurse.com. >> reporter: last but not least, liz. >> retails at $395. guess what? seventy-five dollars. >> reporter: seventy-five dollars. your blog? >> somuchtosmileabout.com. >> reporter: love it. what do you focus on? how do you set yourself apart? >> d.c. coverage. trends, and just sort of outfit ideas. >> reporter: very good. there you go. come back out, ladies. i want everyone to see everything. with this, we've been having wonderful feedback on facebook and twitter. what are the biggest comments? >> the elegance, color, style and regalness. >> reporter: there you go, rega
at all. here's what he wrote originally on his personal blog, and i quote. "one is left to inquire whether the sandy hook shooting ever took place. at least in the way law enforcement authorities and the nation's news media have described." as we told you friday, normally we wouldn't dignify these types of remarks by covering them, but james tracy is a tenured professor at a public university and these claims by him and others online have begun to cause deep distress to victims' families. we invited professor tracy to come on the program friday night. he declined. he gave us a statement, though, saying, "i apologize for any additional anguish and grief my remarks and how they have been taken out of context and misrepresented may have caused the families who've lost loved ones on december 14th. at the same time i believe the most profound memorial we can give the children and educators who lost their lives on that day is to identify and interrogate the specific causes of their tragic and untimely demise." now, after a report aired on friday, professor tracy basically accused me on h
've kind of -- >> everybody has their own show. >> right. and it started with blogs a dozen years ago. and everybody could be a publisher and everybody could have a voicement and if the theory which turnedÑi out to be true f they had something worthwhile to say, they would eventually-- it would find its right audience. and now-- and twitter is sort of the the epitome of that. it can't really get any easier than sending a text message to have a globally available piece of media. but that doesn't lead to quality conversation, necessarily. that's something we haven't seen on-line, necessarily. and so the question now is how do we raise the quality of the discourse. it's not just about quantity any more. >> rose: how do you subject we do that? >> well, it's a hard problem. we have a couple projects we're working on. one is branch which is an on-line conversation platform. and the concept there is very simple. and the idea is just like if you want to sit down with people and have a good conversation an this table, you can't just say whoever wants to show up can show up, and you know, say
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